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Monthly Archives: May 2016
A beautiful yellow shrub rose; one of my favorites in the park. I love their color and their five delicate petals. Here you go, Tim!
Posted in Flowers, life, Nature, Ohio, photography Tagged Canon, Golden wings, photo, photography, rose, rose bush, roses, shrub rose, yellow 18 Comments
(This post first appeared for Memorial Day 2015. I think it is worth a repeat) Today for Memorial Day we honor those who gave the ultimate sacrifice while serving our country. As with many other holidays, the original/true meaning of … Continue reading
Posted in event, family, History, life, photography Tagged cemetery, family, Memorial Day, military, photo, photography, service, ultimate sacrifice 5 Comments
Is the name of this beautiful shrub rose that dwells in the Columbus Park of Roses; a park that has over 12,000 roses of more than 400 varieties. I enjoy going to this park not only to see the roses … Continue reading
Posted in Flowers, life, Nature, Ohio, photography Tagged Canon, Carefree Celebration, honey bee, orange, photo, photography, rose bush, roses, shrub rose 8 Comments
Exploring the other sides – In Color
Monday I posted this image in black and white. For the holiday weekend, I am sharing with you what it looks like in color as promised. Have a happy and safe Memorial Day weekend and see you next week.
Posted in architecture, Art, Ohio, photography Tagged barn, Canon, farm, field, photo, photography, rural decay, sunny day, Tamron 4 Comments
In and Out
And no, I don’t mean the burger place 😉 Viewing the full east side of the barn you can see that there are many windows and several doors into it. I still cannot figure out how the farmer got in … Continue reading
Posted in architecture, Art, Ohio, photography Tagged abandoned, architecture, barn, black and white, Canon, field, monochrome, rural decay, Tamron 6 Comments
Ladder and Tire
I understand the use and need for the ladder, it is after all a very big barn, but the tire? We speculated that maybe it was there to prevent some equipment from bumping into that support beam but who knows! … Continue reading
Posted in architecture, photography Tagged abandoned, barn, black and white, Canon, ladder, monochrome, photography, photos, rural decay, Tamron, tire 9 Comments
Wordless Wednesday – Inside and Outside
Posted in architecture, Art, Ohio, photography, Wordless Wednesday Tagged abandoned, barn, barn wood, black and white, Canon, monochrome, photo, photography, rural decay, Tamron, textures, vegetation 9 Comments
This side of the barn looks as though she (I have claimed her as my favorite beautiful barn girl) is hiding this open side of her with a great big fan…made of trees. Tomorrow we get closer to seeing what … Continue reading
Posted in architecture, Art, Ohio, photography Tagged abandoned, barn, black and white, Canon, monochrome, overgrowth, photo, photography, Tamron, textures 13 Comments
Exploring the other sides
Hopefully you aren’t bored with barns yet 😉 but this week I will be taking you in and through my favorite abandoned barn but they will all be in black and white. Why you may ask? Well, besides artistic license, … Continue reading
Posted in architecture, Art, Monochrome Monday, Nature, Ohio, photography Tagged abandoned, barn, black and white, Canon, decay, monochrome, photo, photography, rural, Tamron 8 Comments
Landscapes – Orton or No Orton?
So what is the Orton Effect? According to Wikipedia ‘Orton imagery, also called an Orton slide sandwich or the Orton Effect, is a photography technique which blends two completely different photos of the same scene, resulting in a distinctive mix … Continue reading
Posted in Art, Nature, Photo Techniques, photography, Travel Photography Tagged Arizona, Canon, landscapes, mountains, opinion, Orton Effect, photo editing, photo editing technique, photography, photos, Sedona 17 Comments